Intermec unveils CK61 mobile computer.
The CK61 rugged mobile computer, designed for the physically demanding requirements of the delivery to store market, has been unveiled by Intermec, a mobile computing company.
The CK61 features rubber corner bumpers to protect against drops and a magnesium top cover and a case sealed to IP64 standards against dust and water.
Intermec said the computer is designed for the quick input and retrieval of information, has a QVGA touch screen display and a large keyboard for one or two handed input. It is able to run text-based applications and graphical interfaces.
The CK61 is Windows CE 5.0-based and features on-board Persistent Storage non-volatile memory which preserves databases and applications should the battery run down.
The CK61 integrates high-speed Ethernet, USB and RS232 serial connections and Bluetooth wireless personal area communications and features an SDIO card slot and Intermec's SmartSystem for complete device management.
No pricing information was given.
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|Publication:||Worldwide Computer Products News|
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|Date:||Jan 24, 2006|
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